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Re: [mythsoc] Edward Eager

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  • Paul Labaki
    ... Thank you, both David and Margaret. I m looking forward to the experience, but have to wait until the MFA reading is done. Of course, one of the great
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 16, 2005
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      --- Margaret Dean <margdean@...> wrote:

      > David Lenander wrote:
      > >
      > > I don't disagree with the suggestion to begin with
      > _Half Magic_, but
      > > you might want to hold off on _Knight's Castle_
      > until after reading
      > > _Magic By the Lake_, and then finish off the
      > quartet of linked books
      > > with _The Time Garden_. The linking reference in
      > these books to Nesbit
      > > is the _Harding's Luck_ - _House of Arden_
      > pairing. The remaining Eager
      > > books are the paired _Magic or Not?_ (which comes
      > first) and _The
      > > Well-Wishers_, which are inspired primarily by
      > _The Wouldbegoods_, I
      > > think, and the other Nesbit books in that
      > sequence. Eager's last book,
      > > _Seven-Day Magic_, is a standalone. Though it
      > might have some
      > > references to the earlier books, as it's a book
      > about books--not that
      > > the earlier ones don't often similarly take up the
      > subject, especially
      > > in their Nesbit references.
      >
      > Yes, thank you! David has the what's-linked-to-what
      > information
      > at his fingertips that I didn't.
      >
      > For the longest time (ha!) I was unable to find THE
      > TIME GARDEN
      > and therefore missed out on one of the linking
      > passages until
      > relatively late. But I knew it had to exist... :)
      >
      >
      > --Margaret Dean
      > <margdean@...>
      >
      Thank you, both David and Margaret. I'm looking
      forward to the experience, but have to wait until the
      MFA reading is done. Of course, one of the great
      pleasures of literature is always having something new
      to look forward to.

      Peace, Paul

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